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That will save a few lines, also space between "stuff" and beginning of the line should be default Visual Studio Tab (Mine is 4 spaces).
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Guys, we should agree one of the standard, I agree with Dzmitry proposal, it short and easy to follow
  
 
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== For Loop ==

Revision as of 10:05, 15 October 2011


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Code Standards

Sandip: I have a proposal. How about doing it like this:

If Statement

Sandip: I have a proposal. How about doing it like this:

if (condition)
{
  stuff;
}
else if (condition)
{
  stuff;
}
else
{
  stuff;
}

Dzmitry: I have a proposal. How about doing it like this:

if (condition){	
    stuff;
}else if (condition){
    stuff;
}else{
    stuff;
}

That will save a few lines, also space between "stuff" and beginning of the line should be default Visual Studio Tab (Mine is 4 spaces).

Jitender: Guys, we should agree one of the standard, I agree with Dzmitry proposal, it short and easy to follow

For Loop

for (i=0; condition; i++)
{
  stuff;
}

Notice the space after the 'for' and the lack of space between the ')' and '{'

Similar deal as with the if statement if "stuff" is only one like the curly braces can be omitted.

While Loop

while (true)
{
  stuff;
}

Notice the space after the 'while' and the lack of space after the ')' and '{'.

Also the curly braces can be omitted if "stuff" is only one line.

Function Declarations

void foo(int a){
  stuff;
}

The function header isn't indented at all and the first line follows immediately after with one indent.

Also there's no space between the ')' and '{'.

Indents

I think each indent should be the equivalent of two spaces. You can change the settings of Visual Studio to put in 2 spaces whenever you press tab. This will keep the code properly aligned and if someone isn't used to using tab for indent they can easily just use two spaces.

Dzmitry: I think at least 3-4 spaces will be better. First of all, it makes code easier to read (less characters on a page) and original console.cpp (at least for me) is written with 4 spaces spacing, so we won't need to change professor's code.

Class Standards

Header File Standards:

/**
*   class.h
*   Sandip Patel  
*   October 12, 2011
**/

#ifndef _CLASS_
#define _CLASS_

class CLASS {
     
          int a;
          int b;

  public:
          function();
}

#endif

All Cpp File Standards:

/* Function Starts here */
function name() {

       /* Header goes here */
          int key = 0;           // Comment goes here
          bool done = false;

       /* Again Important Header goes here */
          if(condition)
          {
                stuffs;
          }

       /* All Loops */
          for(i=0; i<len; i++)
          {
              statements;
          }
          
          while(condition)
          { 
              statements;
          }

}
/* function ends here */

Comments

Dzmitry:

int foo(int x);   // this comment is an example

File Header

Suggested By: Sandip Patel

/**
*   test.cpp
*   Sandip Patel  
*   October 12, 2011
**/